Hotel d'Angleterre

Copenhagen, Denmark

A city landmark that’s moved with the times, Hotel d’Angleterre embodies the spirit of past and present. Wearing its rich history on its sleeve, the iconic neoclassic building (est. 1755) started life as a restaurant; other incarnations saw it utilised as a ballroom, war offices and as a refuge for the displaced. Sitting imposingly on Kongens Nytorv, Copenhagen’s largest square, its ideally poised for discovering the city. If you can drag yourself from its embracive interior that is. Alongside one of Copenhagen’s most well-regarded French-leaning restaurants, the decadent Marchal by Jakob de Neergaard, there’s swish Balthazar, Denmark’s first champagne bar and the ideal spot to raise a glass to a booking well made. Upstairs, bedrooms exude a sense of grace and elegance – the grand architecture balanced by foundational modern Nordic designways made sumptuous with the addition of plush velvet and gilding. Evermore relaxation comes by way of the contemporary subterranean spa featuring Copenhagen’s only indoor pool. Expect exemplary hospitality from a team of staff at the top of their game from this fine example of modern Danish grandeur.

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Kongens Nytorv 34, Gammelholm og Nyhavn, Indre By, Copenhagen, 1050